Online Webinars - Mental Health & Wellbeing Show

Online Webinars

During the coronavirus pandemic, the team at Ajuda Training will continue to supply learning and development opportunities to our customers in the form of online events and webinars on a range of topics! Since May, we have put on a rage of different events around Mental Health & Wellbeing including Youth and Adult Mental Health, Inclusion, Suicide Prevention and much more.

We plan to continue delivering these free webinars to support our customers and keep them motivated and learning during this difficult time. Our online events are run on Zoom and we have grown a wonderful community of viewers over the past few months.

Read more about our upcoming and past events here, and to view some of our past online webinars, you can join our Facebook Group here where we regularly post clips from our past online events to our community of over 1,600 mental health & wellbeing professionals.

Do you have a particular topic you want covered, or are you part of an organisation who would like to provide a talk? Please get in touch with admin@mhwshow.co.uk to enquire.

Upcoming Webinars

The percentage of pupils with SEN support has increased slightly, from 12.1% in 2020 to 12.2% in 2021, continuing an increasing trend.

Some children and young people may require more help to learn and develop than children and young people of the same age.

Special educational needs (SEN) are assigned so they can get extra support. This could include anything from more accessible information to one to one support at school or college.

Speakers to be confirmed soon, if you feel like you could contribute to one of our free webinars please contact us on 02922 400382 or email events@ajuda.org.uk

Join us on Zoom from 10am – 12pm to learn ways of finding support services for mental health problems and begin the healing journey.

Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make healthy choices.

Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood.

Mental Health Facts:

  • One adult in eight (12.1%) receives mental health treatment.
  • It is estimated that 75% of people with mental health problems in England may not get access to the treatment they need.
  • Women are more likely than men to receive treatment for all mental health conditions, with 15% of women receiving treatment compared to 9% of men.
  • Young people aged 16-24 were found to be less likely to receive mental health treatment than any other age group.

Speakers to be confirmed soon, if you feel like you could contribute to one of our free webinars please contact us on 02922 400382 or email admin@mhwshow.co.uk

Join us on 8th September, two days before World Suicide Prevention Day, to learn more about ways you can support those feeling suicidal and save a life.

World Suicide Prevention Day is observed on September 10 each year to promote worldwide action to prevent suicides. Various events and activities are held during this occasion to raise awareness that suicide is a major preventable cause of premature death.

Speakers: Suicide and Co

If you feel your organisation could contribute to our monthly webinars please call 0222 400382 or admin@mhwshow.co.uk

Join us on Alcohol Awareness Week to learn more about ways you can support those struggling with addiction and save a life.

Addiction is an inability to stop using a substance or engaging in a behavior even though it is causing psychological and physical harm.

Alcohol Awareness Week is a week of awareness-raising, campaigning for change, and more. Long-term heavy drinking can cause physical changes to the brain, leading to difficulties reasoning, remembering and understanding.

Anyone can be affected by addiction and everyone deserves the help they need to overcome it. Children and family members should never be forgotten, especially when recovery for their parent has not been possible.

Speakers:

Rhys Thomas on Overcoming Addiction.

Duncan Bhaskaran speaking about Getting Over Indulgence.

If you feel like you could contribute to one of our free webinars please contact us on 02922 400382 or email admin@mhwshow.co.uk

Join us on Zoom from 10am – 12pm to learn ways we can tackle loneliness for ourselves and support other lonely people over Christmas

Grief is a natural response to loss. It’s the emotional suffering people feel when something or someone you love is taken away. Often, the pain of loss can feel overwhelming. People may experience all kinds of difficult and unexpected emotions, from shock or anger to disbelief, guilt, and profound sadness.

Grief is different for everyone, but most people would agree that dealing with loss affects your mental health. Emotions associated with grief can vary in severity and people might feel like being on an emotional rollercoaster.

The journey to the point of acceptance is different for everyone and some people may take longer to get there than others. Eventually most people are able to accept the loss and start living a normal life again but sometimes this chronic grief can develop into a mental health disorder.

Speaker: Stacey Hard

If you feel like you could contribute to one of our free webinars please contact us on 02922 400382 or email admin@mhwshow.co.uk

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